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Urban Deli is no urban myth. It's merely tucked away in the foyer of Optus House of Collins Street. The sounds of its Ambassador coffee machine and Top 40 music resonate among the acoustics of this skyscraper entrance. It's a satisfying cup that serves as a good kick-start to the business day. 4 out of 5 Bean rating 'the coffee guide Melbourne 2013'
Location is important for Cafenatics, with this example of the mini-franchise mingling with some of this city's culinary institutions on Melbourne's iconic Flinders Lane. The espresso has light-brown creme and a fragrance reminiscent of a bag of mixed nuts. The sharp acidity hits the entire palate, while a nutmeg quality interacts with a pea nutty undertone. Cafenatics is indeed more than just a chain reaction. 3.5 Bean rating 'the coffee guide Melbourne 2013'
At the pavilion we pride ourselves on fabulous food and an innovative menu. Built around local peninsula produce and fresh food, our menu caters for all tastes. Our style is unique, a casual fine dining experience with distinct flavours in every dish. Our award winning executive chef, Patrick Bowring keeps the menu fresh and distinctive to seasonal and local availabilities.
The sweetly named Dancing Goat is a gem of a cafe. The atmosphere is brimming and with its unpretentious feel this is the place for corporate refugees seeking solace of good food and great coffee! Its King Street location, on the edge of the CBD, means that it is hard to stumble across, but it is certainly worth the journey. A casual menu of sleds, sandwhiches and sizeable muffins satiates the ravenous crowds while service is friendly and efficient. It's a well rounded coffee experience. Coffee Beans - Dancing goat and Seven Seeds Speciality Coffee
Awarded 4.5 out of 5 Bean Rating in 'the Melbourne Coffee Guide 2013' The standard of coffee in Melbourne has risen exponentially in recent years. A rewarding day could be spent criss-crossing Hoddle's grid, sampling the wares of this wave of cafes dedicated to serving excellent coffee. However, for those less time, careful choices must be made. In its relatively young life, The league of Honest Coffee has generated s loyal following among its local, suited crowd. The flat white, like its short black cousin, is full bodied and velvety, with dense creamy head. Coffee Bean - Padre
Awarded 4.5 out 5 Bean rating in 'the Coffee Guide Melbourne 2013' Sitting in the thick of Midtown Plaza in the heart of the CBD, Mr Close is an oasis of urban calm. City workers duck in to grab a gourmet lunch to go from the long food cabinet, while those who can stay longer enjoy global fare from a menu that changes daily. Walls are covered in quotes about food, drink and coffee by famous authors, artists and intellectuals, and there's a diligence to the design of the space - timber panels create a stylishly angular aesthetic - that extend to the care taken with the coffee! Coffee beans - Campos
Awarded 4 out of 5 Bean rating in 'the Coffee Guide Melbourne 2013' Urban Deli is tucked away in the foyer of Optus House off Colins Street. The sounds of its Ambassador coffee machine and Top 40 music resonate among the acoustics of this skyscraper entrance. It's clearly a corporate hub - suits blend into brown and grey interior as they lineup in droves for their takeaway coffees. Others sip while readingin newspaper and indulging in carb-orientated delights, such as almond flake and apricot jam muffins, raisin toast and toasted sandwiches. Coffee Beans - Veneziano
Awarded 4 out of 5 Bean rating in 'The Coffee Guide Melbourne 2013' Shopping centres are not normally synonymous with good coffee, but Plantation breaks the mould! With beans supplied by St Ali, it aims to bridge the gap between chains and specialty coffee. Situated in the dining hall on level 2 of Melbourne Central, Plantation is in a calm corner overlooking La Trobe Street, offering respite from the shopping centre din. An espresso made with a Brazilian single origin smells of candy, with a smooth body and flavours of butter and peanut. The same bean also works well in a latte.
Given a 4 out of 5 Bean rating on ' the coffee guide Melbourne' There are more chairs on the ceiling than at tables in this tiny shop in Little Bourke street, but that doesn't deter punters crowding in for a caffeine fix. BBB is part of the Seven Seeds group and has similar industrial charm to flagship Carlton store. But the collection of chairs on the ceiling here is unique and is as elaborate as an art installation. There's no kitchen to distract from the focus on coffee - only pastries, cakes and biscuits are on offer for those wanting a nibble with their caffeine hit. Seven Seeds Specialty Coffee
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